What is a real-time/dynamic detection test?

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Lysa Myers, Westcoast Labs; Andreas Marx, AV-Test; Peter Stelzhammer, AV-Comparatives; Simon Edwards, Dennis Technology Lab
Antimalware Updates from the Experts: We see that most of the testers are now concentrating on real-time/dynamic testing of products? Can you tell us what it means and why it is important?
Mar 21 2012
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What is a real-time/dynamic detection test?
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